Key dates for the 2015-2016 residency application cycle
How to write a personal statement offered by the AAMC Careers in Medicine.
Step-by-step instructions to complete the 2017 Cycle MSPE Request page: Write your Unique Characteristics and MSPE Dean preferences.
The first of many supporting documents you will want for the residency application process is a curriculum vitae (CV).
ERAS has gone through a lot of changes for this cycle.
For the time being, the AAMC ERAS for Applicants page is your best source of information.
Also, the answer to most questions can be found in the MyERAS User Guide (PDF).
Sample CV's for your review and reflection.
Your letter of recommendation writers (or their staff) will need to upload your letters of recommendation themselves. We no longer have that functionality. We recommend you provide your letter writers with the FAQ for Letter Authors (PDF) from the ERAS website.
Don’t copy (plagiarize) from samples, examples, or anything not an original thought, without expressed permission and professionally referenced, using APA format.
WARNING….Don’t copy (plagiarize) from samples, examples, or anything not an original thought, without expressed permission and professionally referenced, using APA format.
Materials presented on Residency Day 2013
Richard Holloway, PhD Presentation on CV's and Personal Statements (PDF)
Jonathan Bock, MD Presentation on Selecting a Residency Program (PDF)
Complete list of match appointments in the 2014 Match cycle
Links to residency application resources such as ERAS, FRIEDA, NRMP, AAMC, etc.
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